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When two or more people (investors) invest money in a common fund, and the money is pooled, it is called a mutual fund. The money brought together is then invested in stocks, bonds, or other assets. Unitholders are the investors who invest in mutual funds. Profits and losses are shared proportionately by investors. We are a professional fund manager who manages mutual funds. Our Mutual funds services typically offer a variety of mutual fund schemes with varying investment opportunities from which you can choose the one that fits your requirements.
Types of Mutual Funds
Equity mutual funds invest in the stocks of a diversified group of publicly traded companies. Equity funds have a more significant growth potential but also a greater possibility for value volatility.
Growth funds and value funds
Growth funds look for the stocks that fund managers predict will provide a higher rate of return than the market average. Value funds seek businesses whose stock is undervalued by the market.
This is the most popular type of fixed-income mutual fund. This is because they pay investors a predetermined rate of return on their initial investment.
Money Market Mutual Funds
Money market funds are fixed-income mutual funds that invest in short-term debt from governments, banks, and companies.
Balanced Mutual Funds
A balanced fund combines both equities and fixed-income investments such as 60% equities and 40% bonds. The most well-known type of these funds is target-date funds. It automatically rebalances their investments between equities and bonds as you approach retirement.